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6 ***days ***ago
roryfaninva
Has it really been that long? Alot of skinny tie new wave nonsense going around at the time and Rockpile seemed like the perfect antidote..Had high hopes for this rockin' band but alas, it was one and done. Great live as well. video:
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8 ***days ***ago
roryfaninva
Big Faces fan but like The Kinks, I think they've left it a little too late. They werent quite the same without Ronnie Lane but Macs absence leaves a huge sonic hole. And Rods voice aint what it used to be, to say the least . I predict the reunion will somehow end up being an interlude or encore in Rod's shows. How about a proper live release- 1973's Overtures and Beginners was
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21 ***days ***ago
roryfaninva
Funny stuff- what a character. Id almost forgotten the pre-internet years where record collecting meant buying vinyl from ads in the back of Goldmine, trolling Goodwill stores and antiques malls, driving to record shows in far flung places like Timonium or Arbutus Maryland or Tysons Corner Virginia. Did that with him for years. As far as I know, JR invented the term "Rebay-ing"- he fin
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22 ***days ***ago
roryfaninva
Might interest some of Johns chums here.....
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24 ***days ***ago
roryfaninva
Wow. He was a close friend for decades and I feel like I should say something on this forum that meant so much to him- I met John in 1983 in Radford Virginia at a college party where we hit it off over a drunken discussion of Eddie Cochran. He was truly a larger than life character and a total one off. He loved rockabilly, he loved Peter Green's Fleetwood Mac, all kinds of blues but his abi
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24 ***days ***ago
roryfaninva
RIP
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4 ***weeks ***ago
roryfaninva
"Blues From Laurel Canyon" is totally underrated. Great concept, Mick Taylor is on fire. Right up there with Beano and Hard Road. A must have.
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5 ***weeks ***ago
roryfaninva
Article with video- didnt see this posted here yet but apologies if its a duplicate.
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5 ***weeks ***ago
roryfaninva
Bingo! Stopped listening to Clapton after "461 Ocean Boulevard" but his overdriven Les Paul/ Marshall stack sound and aggressive attack on the Beano album was a quantum leap. Still sounds great today. Clapton is the prototype- both Peter Green and Mick Taylor have said they were Clapton devotees early on...and literally thousands of others. Yardbirds/Mayall/Cream/Blind Faith/Derek and t
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5 ***weeks ***ago
roryfaninva
Right on dmay. Georges funeral- Vince Gill and Patti Loveless kill it...
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5 ***weeks ***ago
roryfaninva
Sept 12th to be exact. Frank Sinatra called him "the second best white singer in America" (and you know who Frank thought was Number One). Hard core honky tonkin' right here...
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6 ***weeks ***ago
roryfaninva
Thanks for the tip on Dea Matrona DGA35- really enjoyed their videos. Those young ladies rock!
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6 ***weeks ***ago
roryfaninva
September 7, 1974 Shaeffer Music Festival, Central Park NYC for the princely sum of 2.50- Joe Perry fesses up.... Another eyewitness report... Rory live in 1974...
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6 ***weeks ***ago
roryfaninva
One of the great live acts of the 1970's but....Rod is 76 and his voice is pretty well shot. No Ronnie Lane and no Mac. Is it really The Faces without them? Just let it go, fellas.
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7 ***weeks ***ago
roryfaninva
Just out. I sprang for the 3 LP option without all the bells and whistles. Very early 70's vibe, spare and bluesy without some of the hard charging rock of later years. Nice package- outtakes, live, alternate versions, glossy booklet, loads to read- and the sound is awesome. Recommended. Here's the unboxing of the Deluxe. video:
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2 ***months ***ago
roryfaninva
Wow- I had the opposite reaction. It was one thing when the story was he was ill and planned to return. Whether they knew all along that wasnt the case, who can say. But for the dignity of this now elderly band, Id like to see the tour cancelled...some sort of tribute show when the time is right. I suspect the financial ramifications would be minimal for men so very wealthy. Just my opinion.
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2 ***months ***ago
roryfaninva
Aw shucks..heres a nice little Everlys story from super fan Hollies lead singer Allan Clarke...Don and Phil sound like nice guys. video:
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2 ***months ***ago
roryfaninva
The Kinks did this one a few times live in the 1980's-
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2 ***months ***ago
roryfaninva
Awesome...
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2 ***months ***ago
roryfaninva
Nice to see these heartfelt tributes to The Everlys. A lump in the throat going through all these videos- an era passing away very quickly now. God bless Don and Phil. From Newsweek- Rolling Stones' guitarist Keith Richards has previously called Don Everly "one of the best rhythm guitar players I've ever heard." video:
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2 ***months ***ago
roryfaninva
I stand corrected- thanks Nicos! As the story goes, Allan Clarke initially declined to do the song because he felt he couldnt compete with Phil's interpretation.
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2 ***months ***ago
roryfaninva
This is the 1973 original, produced by Duane Eddy, arranged by Warren Zevon (!?) with James Burton on guitar. Never cared for- well, really disliked... the massive hit cover version but the great Phil Everly slays it...Can you go there? video:
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2 ***months ***ago
roryfaninva
This is the shit right here- and I daresay at a fraction of the cost...coming back to the USA next year....large theatres...
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2 ***months ***ago
roryfaninva
Bic lighter at the ready..Manchester 2013...
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2 ***months ***ago
roryfaninva
Pre-glitter, pre-Bowie. Pretty great Dylanish take on the Doug Sahm classic- amazing how they transformed in a couple short years.
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2 ***months ***ago
roryfaninva
But wait..theres more-always thought Paul Kantner was a pompous douchebag and it seems he really was!
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2 ***months ***ago
roryfaninva
I recall a blurb from Creem Magazine back in the day reporting Rory Gallagher opening for Jefferson Starship at a stadium show in San Francisco. After he finished his set, half the crowd headed for the exits. Haha. In a similar vein..
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2 ***months ***ago
roryfaninva
Yup- Bill didnt hide the fact he felt mislead and slighted by allowed to do only two songs with no rehearsal. Kinda like hanging an acoustic guitar on Mick Taylor for "Satisfaction". The Glimmer Twins dont always play nice....
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2 ***months ***ago
roryfaninva
Amazing album and one of the best Brit rock albums of the era - Drivin' Sister, All the Way From Memphis, I Wish I was Your Mother- Mott on the verge of breaking through to the top tier. Far superior sound to the spindly Bowie production on "All the Youg Dudes". Then Mick Ralphs leaves for Bad Company and the momentum is lost. Any fans of this classic here on IORR? Heres a gr
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2 ***months ***ago
roryfaninva
I'd wager Steve Jordan was already discreetly identified as a contingency before the tour even started. With an 80 year old cancer survivor anchoring a multi multi million dollar tour , the contracts probably mandated it. An ailing Charlie Watts wasnt cold calling anyone from a hospital bed, regardless of how its framed in the PR/media. The show must go on.
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